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  • Telecommunications in Sydney towards an information economy in Why cities change. Urban development and economic change in Sydney.
  • RICH, D. C.
  • Actual and potential flood damage: a case study for urban Lismore, NSW, Australia
  • SMITH, D. I.
  • Toward the integration of factors affecting immigrant intra-urban residential patterns
  • des éléments du schéma: a) processus de migration| b) caractéristiques démographiques et écologie urbaine| c) facteurs ethniques et distance sociale| d) perceptions, convictions individuelles.
  • TRLIN A. D.
  • Some urban and regional consequences of Japanese transnational activity in Australia in Australian urban and regional change.
  • EDGINGTON, D. W.
  • Theories of urbanization in Australia
  • ROWLAND D. T.
  • Growth centres, city size, and urban migration in New Zealand
  • GILES D. E. A.
  • Urban expenditure patterns in New Zealand
  • GILES, D. E. A.
  • Springs, one the major urban centres of Aboriginal Australia.
  • DRAKAKIS-SMITH, D.
  • Australian urbanization process: the 80s and beyond
  • The urban experience of Aborigines: a structural analysis
  • The New Zealand urban system : deurbanisation at the southern periphery of the urban world
  • Urban and regional planning in a federal system: New South Wales and Victoria in Australian urban and regional change.
  • The Australian urban system in Urbanization and settlement systems. International perspectives.
  • Spatial variations in electoral behaviour in urban Brisbane, 1972
  • A geographical perspective on urban and regional policies in Australia
  • Voluntary organisations and Australian Aboriginal urban adaptations in Adelaïde
  • Choice of residential location in an urban environment
  • Some urbanization problems in a developing Papua NewGuinea
  • Some aspects of urban climate in Christchurch
  • The Newcastle urban area 1971: a factor ecological study.